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Driving the Electrification Revolution with ANSYS Simulation ...
Electrification is a major trend in many industries, and it is occurring at a rapid pace. Applications include electric, hybrid−electric and plug-in hybrid electric cars; increased reliance on battery power for military and aerospace applications; and electrified power systems, including motors and power electronics. Virtual prototyping and simulation are widely used to design and predict product performance. View this webinar to discover how simulation is being used to drive innovation in electrification. Learn how simulation-driven product development using ANSYS solutions can help you to design key components in electrified products like motors, power electronics and Li-ion batteries. Systems integration and seamless multiphysics using the ANSYS Workbench environment will also be discussed.

Author: ANSYS
Type: Webinar
Date: Jul 31 2015
Industry: Automotive

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ANSYS Electronics Thermal Management Series: Icepak ...
Reliability in electronics requires that temperatures of all components — semiconductor or otherwise — be maintained within a safe operating range. Electronics components are typically mounted on one or more printed circuit boards (PCBs), which serve as both a structural base and the wiring of the electric circuitry. The wiring traces, typically made of copper, redistribute the heat. While copper trace patterns can be designed to influence heat removal, incorporating the traces in the thermal analysis helps to eliminate any unexpected surprises. View this webinar and learn how geometries for PCBs can be imported from ECAD or EDA software into ANSYS Icepak. Using a compute server as an example, you will discover how ECAD data can be combined with mechanical CAD to create the complete thermal simulation model. We will discuss the effects of trace modeling on thermal results and on thermal-electromagnetic multiphysics.

Author: ANSYS
Type: Webinar
Date: Jul 31 2015
Product Name: ANSYS Icepak
Sub-Industry: Semiconductors

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Navistar and ANSYS
Navistar is an engine and truck company that uses simulation to reduce testing. This in turn reduces development costs, propels products quickly to market and maintains top quality.

Type: Testimonials
Date: Jul 30 2015
Product Category: Fluid Dynamics
Industry: Automotive

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Volvo and ANSYS
Volvo depends on the flexibility and user friendliness of ANSYS CFD software to compute multiphase flows to determine contamination (how a car gets dirty). ANSYS software provides accuracy and lead time reduction. The ANSYS support team collaborates on not only how to use the software but how to solve problems.

Type: Testimonials
Date: Jul 30 2015
Product Category: Fluid Dynamics
Industry: Automotive

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Fuel Tech Inc. and ANSYS
Fuel Tech is a technology company that works in the areas of pollution and slag control. Its customers require guaranteed results quickly. ANSYS CFD has been fully integrated into the company's engineering workflow to quickly and confidently predict product performance.

Type: Testimonials
Date: Jul 30 2015
Product Name: ANSYS Fluent
Product Category: Fluid Dynamics
Industry: Automotive

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CH2M Hill and ANSYS
This large civil engineering company performs many water and wastewater projects as well as water management. Using simulation helps CH2M Hill save time and money by more efficiently iterating new designs and redesigns without building and testing. Optimizing flow can save millions of dollars for a billion-dollar project.

Type: Testimonials
Date: Jul 30 2015
Product Name: ANSYS Structural
Product Category: Fluid Dynamics
Industry: Construction

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Aavid Thermalloy and ANSYS
Aavid Thermalloy focuses on thermal management solutions especially for electronics. These cooling solutions can be quite complex and simulation plays a key role. Engineers can perform real-time multiphysics simulation with ANSYS Workbench to optimize for multiple variables at once. Using ANSYS in a cloud-based environment the company can improve a broad range of products.

Type: Testimonials
Date: Jul 30 2015
Product Name: ANSYS Fluent
Product Category: High Performance Computing
Industry: High Tech

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Ford Motor Company and ANSYS
Engineering drives design and development at Ford to provide the best vehicles for customers. A new technology from ANSYS allows the company to simulate upfront engine hydro-mount performance for NVH. ANSYS products can simulate nonlinear, transient behavior better than other software. Ford employs simulation to reduce vehicle prototype testing and decrease costs.

Type: Testimonials
Date: Jul 30 2015
Product Name: ANSYS Structural
Industry: Automotive
Sub-Industry: Car & Light Truck OEMs

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Modeling Internal Flow-Induced Motion with ANSYS Fluid ...
The internal flow of fluids through pipe connections, flow meters, valves, distributors and other parts can generate unsteady forces on the surrounding parts that cause them to move. Sometimes this movement is intentional and necessary, and sometimes it is unintentional but unavoidable. In either case, it is important to understand the impact of fluid forces on the surrounding equipment and its performance. View this webinar and join us to learn how ANSYS fluid-structure interaction simulations, including harmonic analysis, can be used to understand the effects of flow-induced motion in industrial equipment. Discover how vibrations and repeated motion of these structures can lead to fatigue or induce process excitation in the system, thereby compounding the effects and further impacting performance.

Author: ANSYS
Type: Webinar
Date: Jul 27 2015
Product Category: Fluid Dynamics

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ANSYS Maxwell Model-Based FEA Integration into NI HiL ...
The embedded software development process starts with the design of the control strategy and then goes through prototyping and deployment to production hardware. That is followed by various real-time testing tasks such as hardware-in-the-loop (HiL) validation, test cell validation and field testing. The focus is commonly on the reuse of models throughout the process to improve development quality and efficiency. View this webinar in which we will demonstrate how ANSYS Maxwell can be used in the simulation-driven design of a typical motor drive application with a battery stack, a battery management system, a DC bus, an inverter and a traction motor. The trend is toward faster, higher power PWM signal switching. The smoothness of this output waveform has a huge impact on the behavior of the closed-loop system; its dynamics affect the efficiency and vibration of the motor. Learn how a well-tuned HIL system can help test and diagnose problems, and in doing so can lead to a safer, more efficient closed loop control system. Discover how performing this software-based test often reduces the time required for controller validation.

Author: ANSYS
Type: Webinar
Date: Jul 27 2015
Product Name: ANSYS Maxwell

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